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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 October 2018

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* China plans to launch a huge fake moon into space in 2020 >>
* MIT researchers say memory splitting breakthrough could prevent another Meltdown or Spectre >>
* AI will impact 100% of jobs, professions, and industries, IBM’s Ginni Rometty >>

* Atlassian launches the new Jira Software Cloud >>
* Cloud migration decision tool >>

* This 3D-printed prosthetic hand combines speed and strength with simplicity >>
* The bizarre thing that happens when artificial intelligence tells people their fortunes >>
* Using 3D Printing to Reduce the Amount of Sugar in Cookies…Without Making Them Inedible >>

* Arm CEO on 5G, the Fifth Wave of Computing, and the Trillion-Device World >>
* Ovzon fourth client SpaceX Falcon Heavy launches >>
* The End of Cheap Shipping From China >>

* Netflix’s Cash-Fueled Road to Streaming Dominance >>
* This proves that Netflix owns the internet — Technically Speaking >>
* ‘Swipe right to sue’: Now you can file lawsuits… >>

* Apple is holding its iPad and Mac event on October 30th >>
* Barley shortage could threaten global beer supply >>
* Your brain is like 100 billion mini-computers all working together >>

* Uber is developing an on-demand staffing business >>
* Huawei Mate20 Pro makes me want to leave my iPhone behind forever >>

* The BepiColombo spacecraft is about to blast off to Mercury >>
* Elon Musk suggests he wants to build a giant killer robot >>
* Lighting up a megacity at night will lead to night solar farm lighting >>

* Twilio launches a new SIM card and narrowband dev kit for IoT developers >>
* Where the water wars of the future will be fought >>
* Kyocera releases tiny e-paper companion phone in Japan >>

* Why so many tech companies are creating shows >>
* Google launches compose actions to streamline access to SaaS apps in Gmail >>
* Document editor Coda adds third-party integrations with G Suite, Slack, Twilio and more >>

* A new course to teach people about fairness in machine learning >>
* Google improves Android App Bundles and makes building Instant Apps easier >>
* The Trade War with China Could Accelerate 3-D Printing in the U.S. >>

* What operations professionals need to know to fuel career advancement >>
* BlackFly ‘flying car’ to hit the market in 2019 for the price of an SUV >>
* Banning straws isn’t enough. We must get serious about climate change >>

* Mantis shrimps punch with the force of a bullet – and now we know how >>
* Your genes affect which university you go to but that’s no surprise >>
* Pregnancy changes how hundreds of genes work in a woman’s body >>

* Self-lubricating condom design may encourage safe sex >>
* YouPorn lets you search with EMOJIS >>
* How Solar-Powered, Mobile Water Purifiers Can Help Cities Cope With Bad Water >>

* 5G technology: A business leader’s guide >>
* Amazon employees letter to Jeff Bezos demanding the firm stop selling its controversial facial recognition tech to police >>
* Researchers create virtual smells by electrocuting your nose >>

* Study finds VR technology is ‘the ultimate empathy machine’ >>
* Australian astronomers double the number of mysterious fast radio bursts discovered so far >>
* Tesla has Chinese land for 500,000 car per year Gigafactory 3 >>

* Technological and Societal Innovation is key to beating poverty >>
* GitHub Actions: One config file to rule them all >>
* Tang family gift supports MIT.nano, MIT Quest for Intelligence >>

* Adobe’s ‘Fast Mask’ can edit one object across an entire video clip >>
* The Future of the Cloud Depends On Magnetic Tape >>
* Open platforms like Android unlock potential >>

* Researcher Finds Simple Way of Backdooring Windows PCs and Nobody Notices for Ten Months >>
* Did you know you can make pasta in a coffee pot? >>
* How healthy will we be in 2040? >>

* Jeff Bezos defends spending billions on rockets over, say, poverty >>
* Translating research into impact >>
* Scientists Discover 102 Genes Linked to Autism In Largest Study To Date >>

* Agile Space Propulsion Pursues 3D Printing for Rocket Thrusters >>
* A neuroscientist explains the limits and possibilities of using technology to read our thoughts >>
* Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) >>

* Cypress vs. Selenium WebDriver: Which Is Better for You? >>
* 5 Steps to Automated NetOps >>
* Software Engineering Daily — GitOps Key Takeaways >>

* Why Haven’t We Found Aliens? Because We’re Just Not Looking Hard Enough. >>
* Explore the World’s Coolest Robots, All in One Place >>
* 6 Emerging Players in A.I. >>

* Meet ‘Hyperion;’ it’s a million billion times bigger than the Sun >>
* Analyst who predicted the 2008 crash warns of bubble brewing in U.S. household wealth >>
* YouTube back online after video platform suffers major outage worldwide >>

* Intel Is Preparing For A Dual-screen Computer Future >>
* Why the Many-Worlds Interpretation Has Many Problems >>
* How Hitman 2’s developers turned its gigantic levels into ever-evolving playgrounds >>

* There’s now proof that quantum computers can outperform classical machines >>
* How AI Solves Real-world Problems >>
* Solving the ‘Automagical’ Apps Automation Problem >>

* DevOps and Containers: A Network Divided >>
* You’re Thinking Software Wrong >>
* This Electric Chewing Gum Never Runs Out Of Flavor >>

* Baidu becomes first Chinese firm to join US-based group that addresses the ethics of AI >>
* Amazon’s Alexa ‘whisper mode’ starts rolling out today >>
* Repair is as important as innovation >>

* Ubuntu Linux 18.10 ‘Cosmic Cuttlefish’ Arrives >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 October 2018

October 18, 2018 Leave a comment

* Gravitational waves from black hole pairs could act like tractor beams >>
* SpaceX starts BFS and BFR rocket test site for 2019 tests >>
* 1000 mph Supersonic business jet on track for 2023 first flight >>

* NASA’s blimp and cloud city plan for Venus exploration and colonization >>
* World is adding two Tokyo metro areas of city population every year >>
* What AI could learn from nature >>

* Are Your Containers as Secure as You Think? >>
* Introduction to AI for Enterprises >>
* SRE vs. DevOps: SRE Is to DevOps What Scrum Is to Agile >>
* Testing as the Driver Towards a DevOps Culture https://dzone.com/articles/testing-as-the-driver-towards-a-devops-culture >>
* Docker Containers: Challenges of Modern Application Delivery >>

* Battling a multi-cloud deployment? Get our expert IT advice in this handy catch-up video >>
* Netflix just keeps growing larger than anyone predicted it would >>
* Google Cloud chief joins Saudi shindig exodus over journalist’s worrying disappearance >>

* The next generation of streaming video games is on its way >>
* Reservoir Computing, ProxyJump, SID Sequencer, and 2KB AI >>
* MIT’s AI can identify breast cancer risk as reliably as a radiologist >>

* The future of flight; The next all-electric vehicle >>
* Memory raises $5M to bring AI to time tracking >>
* A pioneering scientist explains ‘deep learning’ >>

* Jam-Resistant US Military Communications Satellite Lifts Off in Midnight-Hour Launch >>
* 2019 Breakthrough Prize Honors Pulsar Discovery, ‘Multi-Messenger Astronomy’ and More >>
* US Army will test 50 kw lasers on Strykers and 100 kw lasers in 2021 >>

* Meet Hyperion: Largest structure ever found in the early universe is one million, billion times more massive than the sun >>
* Box puts automation at the heart of its product vision >>
* Google-backed startup’s chat bots turn ads into conversations >>

* Fusion AI Builds Trust, Improves Global Data Management >>
* Researchers 3D print custom-sized lithium-ion batteries >>
* Samsung’s latest acquisition will help prepare 5G for self-driving cars >>

* Translating research into impact >>
* Jeff Bezos defends spending billions on rockets over, say, poverty >>
* Climate change and the 75% problem >>

* These Researchers Want to Send Smells Over the Internet >>
* What I loved about Paul Allen By Bill Gates >>
* 800 hiring managers reveal their job search tips >>

* RED Hydrogen One hopes holographic screen can lure people from Apple, Samsung >>
* Human placenta stem cells help people recover from hip surgery >>

* USA number one in economic competitiveness for the first time in ten years >>
* Fox Sports’ new virtual studio runs on Unreal Engine >>
* Netflix expects to hit 146 million subscribers in Q4 >>
* Google Maps amplifies its app for electric vehicle owners >>

* Drones can do serious damage to airplanes, video shows >>
* NASA wants to create a city of airships above Venus’ clouds >>
* Swedish firm buys Falcon Heavy launch >>

* How Robots and Drones Will Change Retail Forever >>
* What It Felt Like to Be Aboard the Failed Rocket Launch to the Space Station >>
* You’ve Got to Watch this Stunning NASA Video of Arctic Sea Ice. Now at its Lowest Levels >>

* GitHub grabs a piece of the Actions >>
* Skully AR motorcycle helmet returns from the dead under new ownership >>
* Twilio launches Autopilot to help developers build better bots >>

* To Land a Great Job, Talk About Why You Love Your Work >>
* Help Your Team Measure Customer Experience Data More Accurately >>
* How to Blow a Presentation to the C-Suite >>

* Sony brings its 100 percent renewable energy goal forward a decade >>
* This sleek console plays old Sega cartridges on your new TV >>
* Elon Musk eyes early 2019 release for Tesla’s custom AI chip >>

* Robots at Work and Play >>
* YouTube was down but now it’s back >>
* IBM talks ’emerging, high value segments’ – so you know the Q3 numbers aren’t great >>

* A Visit to One of the Most Powerful Lasers on Earth >>
* Someone Used a Deep Learning AI To Perfectly Insert Harrison Ford Into “Solo: A Star Wars Story” >>
* This Startup Wants You to Control Your Own Data Again >>

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